You can see on this screen that an update to the software
was detected. I gave permission for the update to be downloaded and applied, then
a few minutes later the update had been completed.
I was asked to load a Blu-ray or identify a source file.
The Blu-ray was then automatically detected –
Here you can see that Blu-ray Copy program also has a
You can now see that the user interface approach is similar
across all of the TDMore products (and this is a good thing as it is clear,
intuitive, and easy to use).
Blu-ray Copy presents the ‘Full Disc’, ‘Clone’ and ‘Main
You can choose to copy to a BD25 (25 GB, single layer) or a
DB50 (50 GB, dual layer) disk. I chose to copy the Full Disc to a BD25 and the
consequential compression ratio was displayed.
The Blu-ray is analyzed prior to the copying process
starting. As the analyze phase progresses the % of the phase completed is
The copy phase then commences.
As the copy progresses the % complete, the time left, the
elapsed time, and the in-flight copying speed is displayed.
At the end of the copy, as I currently have just one DVD/Blu-ray
writer installed in my desktop PC, the original Blu-ray was ejected and I was
requested to load appropriate writeable media.
(Interestingly, although I had requested to copy to a BD25 I
loaded a BD50 and the program kindly advised me that the use of a BD50 was not
As the write phase progresses the % complete, the time left,
the time elapsed, and the current write speed are displayed.
After the write phase completes a verify phase commences
automatically (unless verification has been switched off in Common Settings).
As the verify phase progresses the % complete, the time
left, the time elapsed and the current verification speed are displayed.
Now let’s head to the next page, to look at extracts from
the Blu-ray Converter Workflow…..